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THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF 


PHYSICIANS AND SUEHEONS, 


KINGSTON, CANADA, 


IN AFFILIATION WITH QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY, CANADA. 


yWENTY-THI 




ESSION, 


1876-77. 


KINGSTON : 

PRINTED AT THE DAILY NEWS OFFICE, 

1876 . 


TEACHING STAFF, 


JOHN R. DICKSON, M.D., M.R.C.P.L., M.R.C.S., * F.R.C.S., Edin. 

(Medical Superintendent Rockwood Asylum) 
Professor of Clinical Surgery and President of the Faculty. 

FIFE FOWLER, MD., L.R.C.S., Edin. 

Professor of Materia Medica and Registrar of the Faculty. 

HORATIO YATES, M.D. 

Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine and Lecturer on 
Clinical Medicine. 

MICHAEL LAYELL, M.D. 

Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children. 

MICHAEL SULLIVAN, M.D. 

Professor of Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. 

ALFRED S. OLIVER. M.D. 

Professor of the Institutes of Medicine and Sanitary Science. 

THOMAS R. DUPUIS, M.D. 

Professor of Anatomy. 

NATHAN F. DUPUIS, M.A., F.B.S. Edin. 

(Professor of Chemistry and Natural History in Queen’s University) 
Professor of Chemistry and Practical Chemistry , and Teacher of Botany. 

JAMES NEISH, M.D. 

Professor of Medical Jurisprudence. 

KENNETH N. FENWICK, A.M., M.D., M.R.C.S.E. 

Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

N.B. Students attending the Lectures on Botany can, if they wish, attend 
those on Zoology also, without additional charge. 


ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT. 


1876 AND 1877. 


The Medical School at Kingston will enter upon its twenty- 
third term on the first Wednesday in October next, and con- 
tinue open for six months. 

This School being separately incorporated under the title of 
the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Kingston, 
and possessing independent powers and privileges, is enabled 
to confer upon its own students and others the Diploma of 
“ Licentiate” and of “ Fellow” of the College ; and being, more- 
over, affiliated to Queen’s University, its students can also 
obtain the Degree of Doctor of Medicine from that Institution. 

Certificates of attendance at this College are also recognized 
by the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of London and Edinburgh, 
so that those holding the License of this College as well as 
those possessing the Degree of M.D. from Queen’s University, 
are entitled to all the privileges in Great Britain that are 
accorded to the students and graduates of any other Colonial 
College. 

The College Buildings, which are situated at the foot of 
Princess street, having last summer undergone a thorough 
reconstruction and repair, and having been fitted up in modern 
style at considerable expense, will be found to be commodious 
and comfortable, and to offer every convenience requisite in a 
Medical School. 

The class-rooms are large, conveniently seated, well warmed, 
lighted, and ventilated, and suitably adapted to the require- 


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ANNOUNCEMENT. 


ments of both teacher and pupil ; while a spacious waiting- 
room adds greatly to the comfort of all parties. The Materia 
Medica and Chemistry class-rooms are provided with abundance 
of specimens for examinations and experiments ; and facilities 
are afforded in all the class-rooms for a thorough and efficient 
course of instruction. 

The Dissecting Room has been very much enlarged ; and 
being situated in the uppermost part of the building, is free 
from noise and intrusion. It is thoroughly lighted and venti- 
lated, and furnished with all the necessary appliances for 
making proper dissections. 

The foregoing improvements, together with the abundance 
of dissecting material furnished by the Penitentiary, Jail, 
Hospitals, and other public institutions in the neighborhood, 
afford opportunities for the study of Practical Anatomy not 
equalled in any other School in Ontario, and equal advantages 
for the prosecution of every other branch of medical knowledge. 

The Kingston General Hospital and the Hotel Dieu, both 
within a few minutes walk of the College, are open to the 
visits of students, and offer every advantage desired in the way 
of Clinical Instruction* Students can, if they desire, also visit 
the Penitentiary Hospital with Dr. Lavell, and the Insane 
Asylum with Dr. Dickson. 

The General Hospital alone has accommodation for 150 
beds, and contains in the recently erected “ Watkins Wing” 
an operating amphitheatre, so arranged as to afford all the 
students an opportunity of witnessing operations ; while the 
other institutions referred to have a large number of patients 
constantly under treatment. 

As proofs of the quality of the instruction given in this 
School, the Faculty point with pride to the high position taken 
by its students at the examinations of the Medical Council of 
Ontario, and the Royal College of Surgeons of England, as well 
as to the professional success of its graduates in competition 
with the graduates of other Canadian Colleges. 


MATRICULATION. 


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Kingston, moreover, is a very healthy and pleasant city, 
free from the attractive amusements that interfere with study, 
and from the inducements to vice found in many larger cities 
while the cheapness of living therein is such as to commend it 
to the notice of all intending students of Medicine. 

Good board in respectable houses may be obtained at prices 
ranging from $3 to $4 per week, and other necessaries at pro- 
portionate figures. 


MATRICULATION. 

The Matriculation Examination is the same as that required 
for the Medical Council of Ontario and similar to that of other 
Colleges. 

This examination and that for the Medical Council will be 
conducted in the College Buildings by the Hector of the 
Kingston Grammar School on the first Tuesday and Wednesday 
of January, April, July and October of every year, and will 
embrace the following subjects : 

English Language, including Grammar and Composition. 

Arithmetic, including Vulgar and Decimal Fractions. 

Algebra, including Simple Eqnations. 

Geometry — the first two books of Euclid. 

Latin — Grammar and Translation. 

And one of the following subjects, the student having the 
option of naming the one in which he will be examined : 

Greek. 

French. 

German. 

Natural Philososhy, including Mechanics, Hydrostatics, and Pneumatics. 

The following are the text-books in the various branches 
enumerated above. Where more than one is named the student 
may elect which he w r ill be examined in : 

a. Latin — Csesar, Commentarii de Bello Galileo , first two books ; Cicero 

Manilian Law ; Virgil, JEneid, first book. 

b. Greek — First Chapter of St. Jolin’s Gospel ; first book of Xenophon’s Anabasis. 

c. French — First Chapter of Telemaque ; Charles XII. 

d. German — Adler’s Reader, first part. 

e. Natural Philosophy— Peck’s Ganot; Sangster’s first book. 


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CURRICULUM. 


CURRICULUM. 

Candidates for either the Degree of the University or 
Diploma of the College must have completed a period of four 
years’ study ; but in the case of Graduates in Arts or those 
who have spent a year’s pupilage in the office of a Medical 
Practitioner, a period of three years only will be required. 


Every Candidate must have given regular attendance in Full 
Courses of Instruction in the following Departments for the 
period stated, during at least three Sessions. 


I. Principles and Practice of Surgery 

II. Theory and Practice of Medicine 

III. Obstetrics & Diseases of Women & Children 


IY. Institutes of Medicine 

V. Anatomy ( 

VI. Chemistry I 

VII. Materia Medica, Therapeutics and Pharmacy | 
VIII. Practical Anatomy J 


IX. Clinical Surgery 

X. Clinical Medicine 

XI. Medical Jurisprudence 

XII. Practical Chemistry.. . 

XIII. Botany 

XIV. Hospital 



Two Full Courses of six 
months each. 


Two Full Courses of three 
months each. 

One Course of three months. 

, Twelve months. 


The above course of study may have been pursued either 
wholly in this College, or partly here and partly in some other 
recognized Medical School. In the latter case at least one full 
session must have been spent in this College, with attendance 
on at least four of the above six months courses. 

Certificates of attendance on Lectures are received from 
incorporated Medical Schools in the British dominions, and 
others recognized by the British Universities and licensing 
Colleges. Other certificates of attendance on Lectures may be 
admitted at the discretion of the Faculty. 

All students shall present evidence of their having com- 
pounded medicine for a period of twelve months, or for two 
periods of six months each, in the office of a regularly qualified 
Medical Practitioner. And they shall present evidence of 
having attended not fewer than six cases of Midwifery. 


EXAMINATION AND GRADUATION — FELLOWSHIP. 


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EXAMINATIONS AND GRADUATION. 

Every candidate must deliver, before the 15th of February 
of the year in which he proposes to graduate, to the Registrar 
of the College, a declaration under his own hand that he is 
twenty- one years of age, or that he will be so before the day of 
graduation, accompanied by a certificate of good moral char- 
acter, a statement of his medical studies, with proper certificates, 
and a Thesis, composed by himself and in his own handwriting, 
to be approved by the Faculty. 

There are two examinations — a Primary and a Final — in 
each of which every candidate is examined both in writing and 
orally. 

The Primary Examination includes Chemistry and Toxi- 
cology, Anatomy, Institutes of Medicine, Materia Medica and 
Therapeutics, and Botany. 

The Final Examination includes Surgery, Theory and 
Practice of Medicine, Medical Diagnosis, Medical Jurisprudence, 
Obstetrics, Clinical Medicine, Clinical Surgery, and Practical 
Surgery. 

Students ready to submit to the Primary Examination, that 
is, to an examination on the first division of these subjects, at 
the end of their third year, may be admitted to examination at 
that time. The Final Examination, embracing the second 
division of subjects, shall not take place uutil the candidate has 
completed his fourth or last Session. The foregoing examina- 
tion is required for the Diploma of Licentiate of the Royal 
College, as well as for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine of the 
University. 


REQUISITES FOR THE FELLOWSHIP. 

Before being admitted to the Professional Examination, the 
candidate must produce evidence of being a graduate of Arts, 
or undergo an examination equivalent thereto, and of having 
been engaged in the practice of the profession at least five years. 


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FEES — COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 


FEES. 


The Fees for the different classes, etc., are as follows : 


Registration Fee for each session. . , 

Anatomy 

Institutes of Medicine 

, (per session) 

12 00 

12 00 

Materia Medica 


12 00 

Principles and Practice of Surgery , 
Theory and Practice of Medicine . . 
Obstetrics and Diseases of Women. 
Chemistry 


12 00 

Medical Jurisprudence 


6 00 

Practical Anatomy 

M 

6 00 

Practical Chemistry (each course) . . 



Clinical Medicine (for two courses) . 


6 00 

Clinical Surgery n n 


6 00 

Botany 

. (perpetual) 

6 00 


Payment for two full courses in any class and attendance 
in the same, entitles the student to a perpetual ticket for that 
class. 

The Kingston General Hospital may be attended by students 
during their whole period of study for one payment of $6.00 at 
the commencement, or $4.00 per session. 


Diploma of Licentiate of the College $20 00 

Degree of M. D 30 00 

Fellowship of College 50 00 


All fees are payable to the Registrar of the College, Dr. 
Fowler, and are expected to be paid in advance. 


COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 

1. ANATOMY — Prof. T. R. Dupuis.) 

Five Lectures a week are given on this subject in the general class-room, 
and illustrated by plates, drawings, and preparations; but chiefly and fully 
by recent dissections on the Cadaver. 

Two of the best dissectors of the third year are chosen as prosectors who, 
under the direction of the Professor, previously make careful dissections of 
the parts to be brought before the class, and explained, so that the students 
not only hear a description of them given by lecture, but see them carefully 
dissected and lying in their natural relations to each other, and have these 
relations pointed out to them and enforced upon their understanding. 

2. INSTITUTES OF MEDICINE— Prof. Oliver.) 

This Course comprises Histology, Physiology, General Pathology and 
Therapeutics, and Sanitary Science. The lectures will be illustrated by 
vivisections, microscopic demonstrations, plates, drawings, and specimens 
from the Museum. 


COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 


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3. MATERIA MEDICA, THERAPEUTICS & PHARMACY-(Prof. Fowler. ) 

This course will be illustrated by plates, and specimens of the various 
drugs, chemicals, etc. 

4. PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF SURGERY— (Prof. Sullivan.) 

These Lectures embrace the Principles and Practice of Surgery and Surgical 
Anatomy. The course will be illustrated by plates and models, and patho- 
logical specimens. The use of instruments and surgical apparatus, and 
appliances are taught; and all the chief operations will be performed upon 
the Cadaver in presence of the class. 

5. THEORY AND PRACTICE OF MEDICINE— (Prof. H. Yates.) 

These Lectures are illustrated by plates, morbid specimens, and models of 
diseased parts. 

6. OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN— (Prof. Lavell.) 

These Lectures are illustrated by drawings, models, prepared specimens, 
by the u^e of the Artificial Pelvis, &c. 

Ample opportunities will be afforded to the students for studying this 
important branch practically, as they will be arranged in classes to attend 
the Obstetric practice of the Hospital. 

7. CHEMISTRY— (Prof. N. F. Dupuis.) 

Inorganic Chemistry is fully treated; and a large portion of the course is 
devoted to Organic Chemistry and its relations to Physiology and Medicine. 
Chemical Physics will engage the attention of the class to the proper degree. 

The Professor possesses abundant apparatus for experimental illustration; 
being completely furnished with all the modern inventions for chemical 
investigation. All the Lectures are fully illustrated by actual experiments. 

8. BOTANY— (Prof. N. F. Dupuis.) 

This subject will be illustrated by drawings, microscopic sections, dried 
specimens, and living plants as far as practicable, and the Lectures will be 
given every day during the first part of the session at the University 
Buildings. 

9. MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE — (Prof. Neisii.) 

These Lectures include Toxicology, the modes of testing for Poisons, post 
mortem appearances, &c., together with Insanity, Public Hygiene, and 
Medical Police. They are illustrated by plates and specimens when necessary. 

10. PRACTICAL ANATOMY — (Dr. Fenwick, Demonstrator.) 

The Dissecting Room will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. for the use of 
students; and the Demonstrator will attend every day to give instruction in 
dissecting, and in the details of Practical Anatomy, and to see that all 
students are furnished with material for dissection, of which there is always 
an abundant supply in this Institution. 

11 PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY— (Prof. N. F. Dupuis.) 

Thorough instruction is given in the splendid new Laboratory of the 
College under the personal supervision of the Professor. The course includes 
blowpipe manipulations, the use of apparatus, testing, qualitative and 
quantitative analysis, toxicological investigations, etc. 

B 


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BOOKS RCOMMENDED — NOTICE. 


12. CLINICAL MEDICINE— (Prof. H. Yates.) 

This is taught by instruction at the bed-side, and by lectures in the new 
Theatre of the Hospital. 

Attention is given to Physical Diagnosis, which is taught practically; and 
each student is required to take part in it. Examinations of urine, sputa, 
etc. , are illustrated and explained. 

13. CLINICAL SURGERY— (Prof. Dickson.) 

These Lectures are in illustration of the various surgical cases in the wards 
of the General Hospital. They are given at the bed-side or in the Theatre 
of the Hospital, and when requiring it, are elucidated by plates, surgical 
apparatus, morbid specimens, models, etc. All operations are performed in 
presence of the class. 


BOOKS BECOMMENDED TO STUDENTS. 

Anatomy.— Gray, Wilson (latest edition), Quain, Ellis and Heath. 

Institutes of Medicine. — Dalton’s and Kirke’s Physiology, and Bennett’s and 
Aitken’s Pathology, and Parkes’ Hygiene. 

Materia Medica — Pereira’s Materia Medica (abridged.) 

Principles and Practice of Surgery. — Erichsen’s, Holmes, Bryant, Pirrie, 
Gross, Smith, Druitt. 

Theory and Practice of Medicine. — Tanner’s and Flint’s Practice and 
Reynolds’ System of Medicine. 

Obstetrics. — Ramsbotham’s, Churchill’s or Tyler Smith’s Midwifery, and 
Thomas or Churchill on Diseases of Women; Tanner on Diseases of Children. 

Chemistry. — Fownes, Miller, Roscoe, Me Adam, Bowman, Fresenius. 

Botany. — Gray’s Structural and Systematic Botany. 

Medical Jurisprudence. — Taylor’s Medical Jurisprudence. 


NOTICE. 

Hereafter the Medical Examinations of the Medical Council 
will be held in the City of Kingston as well as in Toronto, so 
that students of this College will be saved the trouble and 
expense of attending examinations in Toronto. 


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QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY, KINGSTON. 


THE COLLEGE SENATE. 

Very Rev. WILLIAM SNODGRASS, D.D., 

Principal and Primarius Professor of Divinity. 

Rev. JOHN B. MO WAT, M.A., 

Professor of Oriental Languages, Biblical Criticism, and Church History. 

Rev. JAMES WILLIAMSON, M.A., LL.D., 

Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. 

Rev. JOHN H. MACKERRAS, M.A., 

Professor of Classical Literature. 

NATHAN E. DUPUIS, M.A., F.B.S., Edin., 

Professor of Chemistry and Natural History. 

Rev. GEORGE D. EERGUSON, B.A., 

Professor of History and English Literature. 

JOHN WATSON, M.A., 

Professor of Logic, Metaphysics, and Ethics. 

Secretary— Professor MO WAT. 

Registrar— Professor MOWAT. 

Examiner in Matriculation in Medicine— SAMUEL WOODS, Esq., M.A. 


SESSION 1876-7. 

The Thirty-fourth Session will begin on the First Wednesday oe October 
Next. Matriculation Examinations will commence on the day after. 

The Calendar for 1876-7 contains full information on Subjects of Study, 
Examinations, Graduation, Fees, Scholarships, &c. Copies may be obtained 
on application to the Registrar. 


LIST OF STUDENTS OF SESSION 1875-6. 


Names. 

Abbott, R. A 

Allan, W. G 

Beeman, Thomas. . . . 

Bennet, Henry 

Bowen, G. H 

Case, Geo. H 

Cleaver, Job C. C. . . 

Cleaver, Wm 

Clinton, Geo 

Craig, H. A 

Daly, J. E 

David, E. C. ...... . 

Davis, R. A. ....... 

Day, Jonathan 

Donovan, P. C 

Dumble, T. H 

Evans, H. A 

Henderson, James. . . 
Henderson, Kenneth 
Henderson, Wm. 

Higgins, E. M 

Holmes, F. L. S. ... 

Horton, R. N 

Hossie, T. R 

Hourigan, A. B 

Hubbs, H. A 

Kennedy, Alex 

Kennedy, W. B 

Kidd, P. E 

Kilborn, R. 1ST 

Leonard, A. R 

Lewis, Fred 

Lynch, D. P 

Macarthur, James. . . 
McCammon, J. A . . . 
McGurn, J. S ...... . 

McNicholl, E. C. ... 

Millar, L. F 

Murphy, J. B 

Newlands, Geo 

O’Gorman, Con 

Phelan, Daniel 

Potter, Thomas .... 

Reid, W. D 

Scovill, S. S., Jr 

Smith, Robert 

Stark, Alex 

Telgmann, J. F 

Trumpour, R. J 

Waddell, W. H 

Ward, Geo. C. T. . . . 

Walker, P. B 

Yourex, J. McG 


P. 0. Address. 
.Wolfe Island. 
. Perth. 

.Selby. 

. Peterboro’. 

. Kingston. 

. London. 

. Trinidad. 


Wellington. 

North Gower. 
Cataraqui. 
Bongard’s Corners. 
Easton’s Corners. 
Port Hope. 
Campbellford. 

. Kingston. 

, Kingston. 

.P. E. Island. 

,P. E. Island. 

. Kingston. 

Ottawa. 

, Brockville. 

.New Dublin. 

, Perth. 

. Peterboro’. 
Dundonald. 

. Bath. 

, Pembroke. 
Warsaw. 
Frankville. 
Westbrook. 

, Addison. 
Pembroke. 

Ailsa Craig. 
Gananoque. 
Prescott. 

Norwood. 

Kingston. 

Norwood. 

Kingston. 


Ottawa. 

Manotick. 

. Kingston. 

Portland, Leeds. 
North Williamsburg. 
Berwick. 

, Kingston. 

Pi6ton. 

Perth. 

Sillsville. 

, Perth. 

Belleville. 


LIST OF GRADUATES. 


Graduates are requested to intimate to the Registrar change of residence 
any omissions in the list. 




Year of 


Name. 

Degree. 

Graduation. Present Residence. 

Abbott, Samuel A 

II M . . . 

M.D. 

L. R. C. P. S. K . 

. . . 1868 | 
. . . 1872 ' 

| . .Belleville. 

Agnew, John, M.A. . . 
Alexander, James A. . 

II II 

M.D. 

...1865. 

. . . Kingston. 

M.D. 

....L.R.C.P.S.K. 

. . . 1869 , 
...1869 1 

| . . Penetanguishene. 

Alway, Enoch ....... 

II II 

M.D. 

L.R.C.P.S.K. 

...1869 | 
. . . 1869 - 

| . . Smithville. 

Anderson, W. J 

M.D. 

...1861. 

. . . Smith’s Falls. 

Armstrong, Albert . . . 

...M.D. 

...1867. 

. . . Arnprior. 

Armstrong, Alfred . . . 

M.D. 

...1866. 

. . . (Deceased. ) 

Aylsworth, Arch. K. . 

M.D. 

...1863. 

. . .Newburgh. 

Beattie, William 

M.D. 

...1866. 

...Kilbride. 

Beckett, James 

M.D. 

...1863. 

. . . J amaica. 

Bell, Alexander 

M.D. 

...1865. 

. . . Lakefield. 

Bell, J ames M 

M.D. 

...1857. 

. . . (Deceased. ) 

Bell, John, M.A 

M.D. 

...1866. 

. . . Montreal. 

Benson, John R., B.A 

M.D. 

...1858. 

. . . Gylpie, Queensland. 

Bernard, Gerald ..... 

M.D. 

...1871. 

. . .Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Bethune, Alexander . 

ft II 

M.D. 

F.R.C.P.S.K. 

...1858 j 
. . . 1874 \ 

• . . Glanford. 

Bethune, Henry F . . . 

M.D. 

...1869. 

. . . Mt. Hope. 

Betts, Alfred H 

M.D. 

...1875. 

. . . (Deceased. ) 

1 IT j. 

Bice, Mark 

M.D. 

. . . 1869 ) 

II II 

....L.R.C.P.S.K. 

. . . 1869 j 

. . Hampton. 

Bigham, Hugh 

II fl 

M.D. 

L.R.C.P.S.K. 

. . . 1864 
...1867 | 

| . . Fenelon Falls. 

Bigham, James 

11 II 

M.D. 

L.R.C.P.S.K. 

...1868 ) 
...1868 j 

• . .Warsaw. 

Bigham, John 

M.D. 

...1865. 

. . . Cataraqui. 

Bird, Francis W 

M.D. 

...1859. 

...U.S. 

Bird, Nelson J 

M.D. 

...1860. 

. . . San Francisco, Cal. 

Black, William A 

M.D. 

...1862. 

. . .(Deceased.) 

Blakely, Robert 

M.D. 

...1861. 

. . . (Deceased. ) 

Bleasdell, Charles E. . 

M.D. 

...1868. 

. . . (Deceased. ) 

Booth, Donald B 

II If 

M.D. 

....L.R.C.P.S.K. 

. . . 1868 ) 
...1868 \ 

. . Odessa. 

Bowen, Robert 

M.D. 

...1865. 

. . . H. M. Service. 

Bowers, Samuel S 

M.D. 

...1857. 

. . . Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Boyle, Arthur R 

M.D. 

...1859. 

. . . Petrolia. 


GRADUATES. 


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Name. 

Branigan, P. K. 

Bray, J ohn L 

Bridgland, Samuel 

Brien, James 

Brown, Marshall J 

Burgar, E 

Campbell, George. 
Campbell, John H. 
Campbell, Joseph 
Carscallen, Allen B 

Case, Geo. H 

Chaffey, Ellswood 


Chamberlane, Theodore F 


Chambers, Daniel . . . 
Chanonhouse, John. . 
Chanonhouse, Thomas 
Chisholm, Harvey F 
Clapham, Edward . . 

Clark, James 

Clark, John 

Claxton, William.. . 

Close, James A 

Cluness, William R. . 

It ft 

Cogan, Jeremiah R. . . 
Coleman, William F. . 


Comer, Alexander T. C 
Corbett, George H. 
Corbett, Henry T. . 

Cornell, Charles M. B 

Corry, Robert 

Cranstoun, James G. 
Crawford, Joseph . . . 
Darragh, Robert J . . 

David, Alfred 

Davis, Ransom A. . . 
Davis, Robert H . . . . 
Davison, Myers 


Day, Barnabas W. 

Day, H. W." 

Day, Walter D. P. V 

Deans, George 

Deans, William C. . . 
Deynard, Adalbert B 
Dickson, John R. . . . 

If It .... 

Dickson, John R., Jr 


Dingman, William. E . . . . 


Degree. 

M.D 

M.D 


Year of 
Graduation. 
...1862... 
...1863... 


Present Residence. 
(Deceased.) 
.Chatham, 0. 


M.D . . 

..1870. 

. . . Bracebridge. 

M.D. . 

. .1872. 


M.D. . 

..1856. 

. . . Kingston. 

L.R.C.P.S.K . . 

..1868. 

...Welland. 

M.D.. 

. .1859. 

...H. M. Navy. 

M.D. . 

..1856. 

. . . (Deceased. ) 

M.D . . 

. .1867. 

. . . Bristol, Q. 

M.D. . 

..1875. 

. . . Petworth. 

M.D. . 

..1876. 

. . . London, Ont. 

L.R. C.P.S.K. . 
M.D. . 

..1870 ) 
..1871 j 

• . . Ottawa. 

M.D. . 

L.R. C.P.S.K.. 

. . 1862 
..1871 i 

. . Morrisburgh. 

M.D. . 

. .1855. 

. . . (Deceased. ) 

M.D. . 

..1863. 

. . . Eganville. 

M.D . . 

..I860. 

. . . (Deceased.) 

M.D. . 

. .1857. 

. . . (Deceased.) 

L.R. C.P.S.K.. 

. .1868. 

. . . Belleville. 

M.D. . 

. .1868. 

. . . Portsmouth, Mich. 

M.D. . 

..1872. 

. . . Iroquois. 

M.D. . 

..1874. 

. . .Verona. 

L.R. C.P.S.K. . 

. .1873. 

...Ohio, U.S. 

M.D . . 

F.R.C.P.S.K . . 

. . 1859 ) 
. .1871 ( 

| . . Sacramento, Cal. 

M.D. . 

. .1861. 

. . . Lindsay. 

M.D. . 

L. R.C P.S.K . . 

. . 1863 \ 
. .1871 \ 

• . . Toronto. 

M.D. . 

. .1864.' 

. . .Titusville, U.S. 

M.D. . 

. .1856. 

. . . Orillia. 

M.D. . 

L.R. C.P.S.K. . 

• ■ 1868 i 

..1868 • 0ttawa - 

L.R. C.P.S.K.. 

..1872. 

. . . Toledo. 

M.D. . 

. .1861. 


M.D. . 

. .1860. 

. . . Arnprior. 

M.D. . 

.1857. 

Durham, 0. 

M.D. . 

..1866. 

. . . Columbus, 0. 

M.D. . 

. .1873. 

. . . Port Lambton. 

M.D. . 

. .1876. 

. . . Easton’s Corners. 

M.D. . 

. .1858. 

. . .York, Grand Liver. 

M.D. . 

. . 1864 i 

| . . Florence. 

L. R. C.P.S.K. . 

. .1871 1 

M.D. . 

L.R. C.P.S.K.. 

. .1862 j 
..1871 1 

| . . Chicago. 

M.D. . 

. .1859. 

. . . Trenton. 

M.D.. 

..1871. 

. . . Harrowsmith. 

M.D. . 

M.D.. 

. .1865. 

. .1861. 


M.D.. 

. . 1875 . 


M.D. 

F.R. C.P.S.K.. 

. .1863 , 
..1866 i 

| . . Kingston. 

M.D. . 

L.R. C.P.S.K. . 

. . 1868 j 
. .1868 l 

| . . (Deceased) 

M.D. . 

..1875. 

. . . Milford, 


16 


GRADUATES, 


L 


Name. 

Douglas, Robert, B.A 

Dowsley, David H 

Dowsley, George C 

Dugdale, John J 

Dumble, William C. ' . 

Dunbar, Samuel 

Dunlop, Neil 

Dunn, Andrew T 

Dupuis, Thomas R 

Elmer, William W 

Elwell, W. D 

Erly, Francis W. J 

Evans, Henry 

Fairbairn, Archibald C. . . . 

Farrell, J. T 

Fee, Samuel H . . . 

Fenwick, Kenneth N., M.A 

Fenwick, Thomas M 

Ferguson, Charles F. ..... . 

Ferguson, Edward G 

Ferguson, Robert B 

File, Albert J 

Ford, Herbert Douglas .... 

Foster, Robert J 

Fowler, Fife 

Fox, Edward C 

Franklin, Benjamin W . . . . 

Fraser, Allen H 

Fraser, Anson S 

Fraser, John M., B.A 

Gerin, John 

Gibson Andrew M 

Giles, John G 

Gillies, Neil 

Gleeson James H 

Graham, Wm. John, M.D., 

Grasse, Sidney D 

Gunsolus, Kenneth 


F. 


Hacket, Joseph 

Hall, John D 

Hamilton, David 

Harrison, Thomas T. S . . 

Harvey, Albert E 

Harvey, Leander L. 

Heggie, David 

Henderson, Donald 

Henderson, William 

Hendry, George 

It I! L. 


Degree. 

M.D 

M.D 

M.D 

M.D 

,R. C.P.S.K 

M.D 

M.D 

^ M.D 


F. 


L. 


M.D 

M.D 

R. C.P.S.K 

M.D 

M.D 

... ..M.D 
.R. C.P.S.K 

M.D 

M.D 

M.D 

M.D 

M.D 

M.D 

M.D 

M.D. 

M.D 

M.D 

.R. C.P.S.K 

M.D 

M.D 

M.D 

R. C.P.S.K 

M.D 

M.D 

R. C.P.S.K 

M.D 

M.D 

M.D 

M.D 

M.D 

M.D, 

M.D. 

R. C.P.S.K 
M.D 


L. 


M.D 

R, C.P.S.K 

M.D 

R. C.P.S.K 

M.D 

M.D 

M.D 

R. C.P.S.K 

M.D 

M.D 

M.D. 

M.D. 

R.C.P.S.K. 


Year of 
Graduation. 
.... 1855 ... 
.... 1875 ... 
. . . . 1875 . . . 
. . . .1867 
....1867 
. ,. . 1870 . . 

. . . . 1855 . . 

. . .. 1861 .. 

. . . . 1864 . . 

. . .1860 
. . .1871 
. . . . 1858 . .' 

. .. 1863 , . 

, . . .1868 
, . . .1868 
. . .. 1858 .. 

, . . . 1871 . . 

. . . 1861 . . 

. . . 1862 . . 

. . . 1874 . . 

. . . 1864 . . 

. . . 1859 . . 

. . . 1863 . . , 

. . . 1863 . . 

. . . 1869 
. . .1869 
. . . 1874 . 

. . . 1859 . . 

. . . 1863 ) 

. ..1866 j 
. . . 1864 . . 

. . . 1856 . . 

. . . 1867 . . 

. . . 1869 . . 

. . . 1861 . . 

. . . 1872 . . 

. . . 1874 . . 

. . . 1860 . . 

. . . 1871 . . 

. . . 1864 . . 

. .'. 1873 . . 

. . . 1864 . . 

. . , 1871 
. . . 1874 
. .. 1858 .. 

. . . 1868 . . 

. . . 1862 . . 

. . . 1865 . . 
... 1869 .. 

. .. 1867 . . 

. . . 1865 . . 
... 1858 .. 

. . . 1859 . . . 
...1869 
,,.1869 


Present Residence. 
.Port Elgin. 

. Clinton. 

. Frankville. 

. Montreal. 

.Owen Sound. 

. Mount Forest. 

. Sydenham 0. 
.North Augusta. 

, Kingston. 

. Madoc. 
.(Deceased.) 


. (Deceased. ) 

.Cape Vincent. 

. (Deceased.) 

. Kingston. 

. Kingston. 

. Kingston. 

. Kemptville. 
Brunswick, Georgia. 

. Pembroke. 

. Ameliasburgh. 

. Chicago. / 

. Kingston. 


. Port Burwell. 

. Brockville. 

. Sarnia. 

.London. 

.Auburn, U.S. 

. Harriston. 

. Farmersville. 

. Chesley, Co. Bruce. 
.Syracuse, N.Y. 

. Bothwell. 

. (Deceased.) 


Brockville. 

. Toronto. 

. Selkirk. 
Watford. 
Wyoming. 
Brampton. 
Ailsa Craig. 
(Deceased. ) 

Zilwawkie, 


GRADUATES. 


17 



Year of 

Name. 

Degree. Graduation . 

Herriman, William C . . . 

M.D. . . .1855 ) 

,, ,, 

. ..L.B.C.P.S.K....1869 j ’ 

Higginbotham, Andrew. 

...L.B.C.P.S.K....1868... 

Higinbotham, William . 

M.D. . . .1871. . . 

Hillier, William 

M.D 1855. . . 

Hillier, Solomon C 

. ..M.D.. ..1869.. . 

Hoare, Walter W 

M.D. . . .1864. . . 

Hodge, George 

M.D. . . .1870. . . 

Horsey, Alfred 

M.D. . . .1865. . . 

Horsey, Edward H 

M.D.. ..I860 ) 

ft It 

. . .L.B.C.P.S.K. . . . 1871 ) ' 

Houston, William B. . . . 

...L.B.C.P.S.K.... 1870) 

ft II ... 

M.D....1871 \ • 

Howell, George W 

M.D. . . .1867. . . 

Howells, Thomas B 

M.D.. ..1863.. . 

Hutcheson, John 

. ..L.B.C.P.S.K....1869... 

Ingersoll, Isaac F 

M.D. . . .1863. . . 

Irwin, Chamberlen A . . . . 

M.D. . ..1863.. . 

Johnson, Absalom H. J. . 

M.D....1862... 

Johnstone, David 

M.D. . . .1868 ) 

„ „ 

. ..L.B.C.P.S.K.. ..1868 j ' 

Jones, Henry M 

M.D. . . .1866. . . 

Jones, John . . 

M.D. . . .1874. . . 

J oy, Sylvanus 

M.D....1857... 

Kahkewaquonaby 

M.D. . . .1866. . . 

Kellock, John D 

.... M.D. ..1862... 

Kelly, David 

M.D. ...1861... 

Kelly, Edward J 

M.D. ...1861... 

Kemp, James A 

'. . .M.D. . . . 1861 . . . 

Kennedy, Alexander 

M.D. . . .1876. . . 

Kennedy Jacob B 

M.D. . . .1873. . . 

Kennedy, Boderick 

M.D. . . .1863 ) 

M ,, 

. ..F.B.C.P.S.K....1866 ) * 

Kertland, Edwin H 

M.D. . . .1865. . . 

Kidd, Edward 

. ..L.B.C.P.S.K.. ..1870) 

„ „ 

M.D. . . .1871 ) • 

Kincaid, Bobert 

M.D.. ..1863.. .. 

Lafferty, James 

M.D. . . .1871. . . . 

Laidlaw, Alexander B. . . 

M.D. . . .1857. . . . 

Lake, Charles B 

M.D. . . .1866. . . . 

Lambert, Bobert 

M.D. . . .1859.. . . 

>Lane, Joseph W 

M.D. . . .1875. . . . 

Lavell, Charles H 

M.D. . . .1873 ) 

ir r? 

. . L. B. C. P. S. K 1873 \ “ 

Lavell, Michael 

M.D. . . .1863 

„ „ 

. . F. B. C. P. S. K . . . . 1866 ) '• 

Lawlor, Michael 

M.D. . . .1857. . . . 

Leavit, Arvin S 

M.D. . . .1869. . . . 

Litchfield, John P 

. . M.D. . . .1863. . . . 

Mann, James 

M.D 1869. 

Mark, Bobert 

M.D. . . .1867 ) 

If t! 

. .L.B.C.P.S.K.. .1867 } . . 

H ff 

. .F.B.C.P.S.K. . . .1873 ) 

Massie, John 

M.D. . . . 1865. . . . 

Masson, Thomas 

.M.D. , . .1875, . . . 

P 



Present Residence. 

. Port Hope. 

. Bridgewater. 

. Omemee. 
.(Deceased.) 

. Enniskillen. 

. Adelaide. 

. Mitchell. 

. Ottawa. 

. Chicago. 

.Chatham, 0. 

.Tweed, 0. 

. (Deceased.) 

. Fordich. 

. Picton. 

.Wolfe Island. 
.Brockville. 

. Kincardine. 

. Marmora. 

. Kingston. 

. Woodstock. 
.Haggersville, 0. 

. Perth. 

.U. S. 

. Almonte. 

. Leamington. 

.Bath, 0. 

.Welland. 

. Bath. 

. Toronto. 

. Manotick. 

, Peterboro’. 
Pembroke. 
(Deceased.) 
Pidgetown. 
Windsor. 

N. Williamsburgh. 
Kingston. 

Kingston. 

(Deceased.) 

W estport. 
(Deceased. ) 
Benfrew, 0. 

Ottawa. 

Campbellford. 

Cape Vincent, N.Y, 


18 


GRADUATES. 


Name. 

Matheson, Murdock .... 
Meadows, R. W., L.R.G. 

Meagher, Augustus 

Meagher, Daniel 

Mercer, John F 

Millener, William S 

Monro, John C 

Moore, Andrew 

Moore, Vincent H 

Morden James B 

•fMorden John H 

Mostyn, William 

Munro, David 

II II 

Macadam, Samuel T 

Macdonald, Alex. R 

Macdonell, John A 

Maclean, Donald, M. D. . . 
Macpherson, Alexander . . 

McCammon, James 

McCullough, William S . . 

McIntyre, Duncan 

McKellar, Dugald 

McKenzie, Andrew 

McKenzie, Edward 

McLaren, Alexander , . . . 

McLean, Caird R 

McLean, Solomon C 

McLean, Thomas F 

McLennan, Alexander S. 

Murphy, H. J. . ." 

Murphy, J. B 

McMahon, James 

Neish, James 

Nesbitt, Edward 

II fl 

Newell, James 

Newton, John 

Nichol, James 

Noel, J. V. , B. A . . 

Oliver, Alfred S . 

Oliver, JohnK 

II f| . 

O'Reilly, Anthony 

O’Sullivan, John 

II II 

Parker, Robert 

Paterson, James R 

Perrault, Julien 

Potter, Levi 

Potter, Samuel 



Year of 

Degree. 

Graduation. 

M.D. 

. . .1870. . 

3.E M.D. 

. ..1862.. 

. .L.R.C.P.S.K. 

,...1869.. 

M.D. 

. . .1867. . 

M.D. 

. ..1855.. 

M.D. 

. . .1864. . 

M.D. 

. . .1867. . 

M.D. 

. . .1863. . 

M.D. 

...1870.. 

M.D. 

. . .1865. . 

M.D. 

. . .1859. . 

M.D. 

. . .1858. . 

M.D. 

...1867 ) 

.L. R. C.P.S.K. 

. .1867 ) 

. M.D. 

...1873.. 

M.D. 

. . .1857. . . 

M.D. 

...1862.. 

.F.R. C.P.S.K. 

. . .1866. . 

M.D. 

. . .1862. . . 

M.D. 

. . .1863. . 

M.D. 

. ..1875.. 

M.D. 

. . .1864. . 

M.D. 

. . .1855. . 

M.D. 

...1862... 

M.D. 

. ..I860.. 

M.D. 

. ..1865.. 

M.D. 

. . .1859. . 

M.D. 

. . .1874. . 

M.D. 

. . .1863. . 

M.D. 

. . .1873 ) 

.L.R. C.P.S.K. 

...1873 ) 

.L.R. C.P.S.K. 

. . .1867. . 

M.D. 

. . .1876.. 

M.D. 

. . .1873. . 

M.D. 

. . . 1865 ) 

..F.R. C.P.S.K. 

...1871 ) 

M.D. 

. . . 1868 ) 

.L.R. C.P.S.K. 

. . . 1868 \ 

.L.R. C.P.S.K. 

. . .1869. . . 

M.D. 

. . .1866. . 

M.D. 

. ..1863.. 

.L.R.C.P.S.K, 

. . .1867. . 

M.D. 

. . .1863 ) 

.F.R. C.P.S.K. 

. ..1871 j 

M.D. 

. . . 1868 

.L.R. C.P.S.K. 

. . . 1868 \ 

M.D. 

. . .1861. . 

M.D. 

. . . 1868 ) 

.L.R. C.P.S.K. 

. . . 1868 5 ‘ 

M.D. 

...1861... 

M.D. 

. . . 1&67 ) 

.L.R. C.P.S.K. 

. . .1859 ) ' 

M.D. 

. . . 1857 . . . 

M.D. 

. . .1870. . . 

M.D. 

...1875.., 



Present Residence. 
.Arenac, Mich. 

.H. M. Service. 

. (Deceased.) 

. Montreal. 

. Goderich. 

.Rochester, N.Y. 

. South Finch. 

. Renfrew. 

. Brockville. 

.Picton. 

. Brockville. 

. Almonte. 

. Lanark. 

.Portage du Fort. 

. Brighton. 

. Prescott. 

. Ann Arbor, Mich. 

. (Deceased. ) 

. Kingston. 

. Pittsburgh. 

. Wards ville. 

. (Deceased.) 

. (Deceased.) 

. Smith’s Falls. 

. Shannonville, 0. 

. Meaford. 

. Kingston. 

. Goderich. 

. Chicago. 

. Chatham. 

. Belleville. 
.Texarkana, Texas. 

. Odessa. 

. Sandwich. 

. Springfield. 

. Mill Point, 0. 

. (Deceased. ) 

.Camden, New Jersey. 

. Kingston. 

. Kingston. 

. (Deceased.) 

. Peterborough. 

. Stirling. 

. Tiverton. 

. San Francisco, Cal. 

. Ashton. 


GRADUATES. 


19 


Name. 

Potter, Thomas. . . 
7^-Preston, Richard . . 
Preston, Robert H 
Price, Robinson B. 

Purdy, Alvanly N. 
Purdy, Charles W 

II II 

Ramsay, Robert . . 
Reeve, Richard A. 

II II 

Reily, Adrian 

Roche, William P. 
Rockwell, Albert.. 
Rockwell, Ashbel S. 
Rose, George R., B, 
Ross, Thomas K. 
Rourke, Francis . 

Ruttan, Joseph B 
Rutherford, James... 
Saunders, Herbert J. . 

Saunders, Laurence . . 
Sayers, Alexander. . . . 

Scott, William S 

Searls, Abram W. ... 
Shirley, Joseph W. . . 
Sievewright, James A. 

Skinner Henry 

Smith, George 

Smith, J ohn R 

Sommerville, James A 

Spafford, H. W 

Sparham, George S . . . 
Spear, Hugh 


Spencer, Henry 

Spooner, George D . . . 
Spooner, Hiram R. . . . 
Stewart, Alexander J . 

Stowell, Olm sby 0 . . . 
Sullivan, Michael . . . 

II II . . . 

Sullivan, Thomas 

Sweetland, John 

Switzer, Wilson J. . . . 

Taylor, James 

Taylor, William F. . . 

Thibodo, Oliver 

Thibodo, Robert, B.A. 

Thirkell, William G. . 
Thornton, Thomas H . 


B 



Year of 


Degree. 

Graduation. 

Present Residence. 

M.D. 

...1876... 

, . Hazeldean. 

M.D. 

. . .1875. . . 

, . Newboro’. 

M.D. 

. .1864... 

.Newboro’. 

M.D. 

.L.R.C.P.S.K. 

. . . 1866 ) 
...1871 ! 

. Bath. 

M.D. 

...1873... 

. . Seeley’s Bay. 

M.D. 

.L.R.C.P.S.K. 

. . . 1869 ) 
...1869 \ • 

. Hastings. 

M.D. 

. . .1861. . . 

. Orillia. 

M.D. 

.F.R.C.P.S.K. 

. . . 1865 ) 

. ..1866 j ’ 

. Toronto. 

M.D. 

. . .1862. . . 

.Welland. 

M.D. 

...1860... 

.North Gower. 

M.D. 

. . .1868. . . 

. Hamilton. 

M.D. 

. . .1872. . . 

.Rochester, N.Y. 

M.D. 

...1860... 

. U. S. Service, Sackett’s 

M.D. 

. . .1863. . . 

. Odessa. [Harbor. 

.L.R.C.P.S.K. 
M.D. 

. ..1867 \ 

. 1872 \ ■ 

. Montreal. 

M.D. 

...1863... 

. Picton. 

M.D. 

. . .1870. . . 

. Harriston. 

M.D. 

.F.R.C.P.S.K . 

. . . 1869 l 
. ..1871 i • 

. England. 

M.D. 

. . .1868. . . 

. (Deceased.) 

M.D. 

. . .1870. . . 

.Cherry Valley, Picton. 

M.D. 

. . .1855. . . 

. Southampton. 

M.D. 

. . .1864.. . 

. Milford. 

M.D 

. . .1863. . . 

. (Deceased. ) 

M.D. 

...1870... 

.Allan S. S Line. 

M.D. 

...1862... 

. Kingston. 

M.D. 

. ..1858. . . 

. (Deceased.) 

M.D. 

...1863... 

. Harrowsmith. 

A. ......M.D. 

. . .1866.. . 

.Watford. 

M.D. 

...1855... 

. (Deceased.) 

M.D. 

...1859... 

.North Augusta. 

.L.R.C. P.S.K. 
M.D. 

. . . 1868 ) 

. ..1873 \ ■ 

. Leaksdale. 

M.D. 

. . .1862. . . 

.U. S. 

M.D. 

...1860... 

. (Deceased.) 

M.D. 

. ..1869. . . 

.Sutton, Co. York. 

M.D. 

.L.R. C.P.S.K. 

. ..1869 ) 

. . . 1869 j • 

.Angus, 0. 

M.D. 

. . .1869. . . 


M.D. 

.F.R. C.P.S.K. 

. ..1858 ) 

. . .1866 \ * 

. Kingston. 

M.D. 

...1863... 

.St. Catharines. 

M.D. 

. ..1858... 

. Ottawa. 

M.D. 

. . .1862. . . 

.Napanee. 

M.D. 

. ..1864... 

. Tara. 

M.D. 

. . .1861.. . 

. Australia. 

M.D. 

. . . 1857 . . . 

. Arizona. 

M.D. 

.L.R. C.P.S.K. 

. . . 1862 { 

. . .1868 ( • 

. Chicago. 

M.D. 

...1861... 

.Sodus, N.Y. 

M.D. 

...1870... 

. Consecon. 


20 


GRADUATES. 


Year of 


Name. 

Degree. 

Graduation. 

Thornton, William M. . 

M.D. 

. . .1864: . 

Tracey, Robert 

M.D. 

. . .1862. . 

Tracey, Thomas B 

M.D. 

. ..1865.. 

Trousdale, James D 

M.D. 

. . .1860. . 

Tuttle, Leslie 

M.D. 

. . .1875. . 

Valleau, George Z 

M.D. 

...1867.. 

Van Allen, John R 

. .L.R.C.P.S.K . 

. . .1870 ) 

„ „ 

M.D. 

. ..1871 ) 

Vanvlack, Gilbert J. . . . 

M.D. 

. .1869. . . 

Wafer, Francis M 

M.D. 

. . .1867 ) 


..L.R.C.P.S.K. 

. . . 1867 1 

Walkem, William W. . . 

M.D. 

. ..1873.. . 

Walker, Allen H 

M.D. 

. . .1867. . . 

Wartman, Philander C. 

M.D. 

...1864... 

Watson, Charles V 

: . . . .M.D. 

. . .1863. . 

Weekes, William J . . . : . 

.M.D. 

. . .1865. . . 

Weir, William 

M.D. 

. . .1861. . . 

Wilson, Charles J. C. . . 

M.D. 

. . . 1869 ) 

n ii ... 

M.D. 

. . .1869 j ■ 

Wilson, John A 

M.D. 

...1863... 

Yates, Horatio 

M.D. 

. . . 1863 ) 

„ „ 

. .F.R.C.P.S.K. 

...1871 ( ' 

Yates, Octavius 

M.D. 

. ..1856 

,, „ ........ 

. .F.R.C.P.S.K. 

. . .1871 t 

Yeomans, Horace P. . . . 

M.D. 

...1863. . 

Young, David 

M.D. 

. ..1871 I 

II II 

. .L.R.C.P.S.K. 

. . .1871 $ 

Young, Daniel 

M.D. 

. . .1862. . , 

Yourex, J. McG 

M.D. 

...1876... 


Present Residence. 
.Perth, 0. 

. Belleville. 

.Gananoque. 

. (Deceased.) 

. Centreville. 

. Shannonville. 

.Chatham, 0. 

.San Francisco. 

. (Deceased). 

.Victoria, B.C. 

. Dundas. 

. (Deceased. ) 

. W ellington. 

. Walkerton. 

. Merrickville. 

. Str. Galaeia, PacifieLine. 
. Cannington. ^ 
.Kingston. 

. (Deceased.) 

.Mount Forest. 

. Manitoba. 

Conway, Co. Lennox, 
.Warsaw,